Genre: Horror, Thriller
Release Date: 29th August, 2014
Cast: Manish Chaudhary, Suzanna Mukharjee, Vikram Koccher, Poonam Pandey, Rohit Chaudhary, Rachit Behl, Vidushi Mehra, Piyush Raina, Sudheer Rikhari
Writer/Director: Jitender Pawar
Producer: Vikas Rastogi
Plot: If we look back a few years, at the history of Indian cinema, it is evident that the movies that have done well at the box office are either based on real life issues, are youth-centric, or have ultra impressive music. Box office collections are also proof that such movies perform well with the masses. For example – Dirty Picture, Paan Singh Tomar, Gangs of Wasseypur, and the recent Bhaag Milkha Bhaag were all based on or closely related to real people or events, a few hit youth-based movies are Pyaar ka Punchnama, Kai po che, 3 Idiots, Shaitaan, Nautanki Saala, Chashme Baddoor, fukrey and the latest, yaariyan ( with new faces ) and if we look at musical films, movies like ashiqui 2 and the recent Yaariyan have been blockbusters.
Our movie, Trip to Bhangarh is based on a real haunted place – “Bhangarh” with an interesting history, which is sure to spark the interest of the audience. It is youth-based and the soundtracks of the movie, sung by renowned singers like Mohit Chauhan, Tochi Raina, Palak Muchchal and Sri Ram Iyyer .
Storyline: The movie begins with a college reunion party, where 6 friends meet each other after two long years. Jai – a journalist, was a music freak in his college days, his music impressed one and all; fun-loving and adventurous, a true college heart-throb. Jadoo – a photographer and a certified flirt, who misses no chance to fool pretty young girls with false dreams of stardom, a facebook addict – he has to update everything as his facebook status. Aashu – a sales executive, has a way with words like no one else, even his seniors were no match for his wit. Golu – a couch potato in the true sense, who loves to eat; does absolutely nothing except an occasional visit to his father’s company, has a wicked sense of humour and famous throughout college for his double-meaning jokes. The female member of the group – Kavya- is a complete tomboy at heart; out-going and confident, she is a no-nonsense girl who can beat the guys at their own games. And Prachi – a typical girl friend of jai, is a girl who wants, Jai to be with her always. She always fight with him if he an follow his instructions.
In the Reunion party from one of their friend they came to know about the place called Bhangarh. BHangarh is asia’s most haunted place , and it is believed that if any body stay their in night, will not survive afterwords. ( and such real incidents are available on google, that if any body stay their in night, next morning they found dead ) so these people plan a Trip to this place for the fun. During this trip they discover history and unique things about this fort. And this made their life hell. This film goes to breath taking climax.
USP: The movie is entirely youth-centric. Its dialogues are well-written and catchy enough to attract the audience instantly. The soundtrack is a complete package – ranging from party songs to romantic, travel songs, a sad song and a fresh peppy promotional title track. The movie is jam-packed with twists and turns to keep the audience on the edge, yet they are logical and make the climax of the movie even more breathtaking for the audience. Asia’s most haunted place Bhangarh, served with the spice of suspense, comedy, thrill and romance, this movie is a complete family package.
This is the first film in India shot on a real haunted place ‘Bhangarh’.